Dell’Uva music permit ruling delayed

A ruling was delayed on whether musicians will be allowed to perform at a North Beach wine bar.

The Planning Department recommended that the Planning Commission reject Dell’Uva’s application to host live music performances.

However, Commission member William Lee was absent for the vote, which took place Thursday, and the six commissioners who attended the hearing voted 3-3 on the matter. Dell’Uva needed four votes to secure needed city permits.

A vote by the full commission is planned to be held on Dec. 17 to determine whether The City will provide the Green Street wine bar with a permit to host musical performances.

Commission members Ron Miguel, Michael Antonini and Gwyneth Borden voted to support Dell’Uva’s permit application, while commission members Christina Olague, Kathrin Moore and Hisashi Sugaya voted to reject it.
 

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